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Indianapolis Indiana Jewish Post (Newspaper) - November 7, 1975, Indianapolis, IndianaN"1 Indiana shalom today is Friday november 7, 1975 jew and Kopinic i 611 n. Park ave. M u Dost vow Dos a volume Xiii a. 9jwf allocations total amount to be budgeted 1974-75 1975-76 regular $1,411,282 $1,439,998 Israel emergency fund 1.272,795 903,675 total 2.684,077 2,343,673 Campaign expenses 84,600 84,000 net proceeds 2,599,477 2,259,673 United jewish Appeal Uja regular Campaign commitment contractual 45 per cent Gross 635,077 648,000 Israel emergency fund 1,272,795 903.675 total Uja 1,907,872 1,551,675 other overseas agencies America Israel cultural fund 750 800 jewish telegraphic Agency 800 800 Magen David adorn 500 1 National committee labor Israel 1,500 United Hias 6,875 7,000 total other overseas agencies 8,925 8,600 total Uja amp overseas agencies 1,916,797 1.560,275 National agencies american association for jewish education 1.500 american jewish committee 15,000 16,000 american jewish Congress 4,500 4,500 american academic association for peace in the Middle East 500 500 anti defamation league of b Nai by Rith 15.000 16,000 by Nai by Rith Natl. Youth services 1.500 1,750 b Nai b Rith for i Lille 1.500 2 3.000 hebrew Union College jewish ins. Of religion 150 200. Jewish braille Institute 300 300 jewish labor committee 250 250 National jewish Community relations advisory Council 3.250 3.570 National conference on soviet jewry 500 500 National foundation for jewish culture 2.800 3.000 american jewish historical society Hista Druth Ivritha jewish publication society Yivon Institute for jewish research National jewish welfare Board 8,600 9.000 North american jewish students Appeal 600 650 total National agencies 54,450 60,720 cd fwd dues 12,000 14.000 non United Way agencies Jea operating 96,700 98,700 Jea special retirement 1,500 1,800 Hoover Wood 35,040 45,040 Indianapolis Jarc 35,000 36,000 Jef administration and Central service 46,400 56,630 total non United Way agencies 214,640 238,170 United Way agencies us Jef Jef continued on next Page mrs. Jack Goodman succumbs at 89 one of Indianapolis leading citizens and a top personality of the jewish Community was lost when mrs. Sarah Goodman died at the age of g9. For years she has been the dowager Queen of the Indianapolis jewish Community playing the role in every phase of activity for a half a Century. She came to Indianapolis in 1924 on the National scene she held the highest Post available to a woman in the United jewish Appeal As chairman of the women s division. She already had made her name known across America As a National vice president of Hadassah. Locally she headed the jewish welfare federation was president of the Indiana state symphony society won the annual award of the National conference of christians and jews and was honorary vice president of the Indianapolis symphony orchestra. She had been named jewish woman of the year in 1945 by the Post and opinion. Services were conducted thursday by rabbi Maurice Saltzman. Survivors include her son Robert a. Goodman of Memphis tenn., and three grandchildren and a Nephew mrs. Dan Wolf of carmel.7 local couples on Uja Mission seven Indianapolis couples Are participating in the record breaking Uja Young leadership Koach Mission which left for Israel thursday nov. 6. They Are or. Stephen and Barbara Bailie Charles and Karen Cohen Dean and Lollie Blaisel or. Roger and fran Hurwitz James and Elaine Klineman or. Richard and Gerry Kurtz Frank and Roberta Miroff and Sanford and Louise Sirkus. Of to hold Parent workshop Adele Faber and Elaine m a z 1 i s two housewives mothers who participated in the original Parent workshop of the late or Haim Ginott will bring the insights that they Learned with or. Ginott and included in their prize winning Blok to inc in a workshop for parents entitled a the liberated jewish family Quot from 7-10 . Sunday nov. 16. Participation in the inc workshop open to the jewish Community will be limited to 100 people on a first come first served basis. Admission is $3 per person $5 per couple. Reservations May be made by calling the Temple office at 2556647group to attend a acc convention Sid Tuchman Arthur and Helen Barrett Allison Paul Murial Romer mrs. David Meta Kleinman and mrs. Stanley Connie Braun will be delegates to the a acc convention to be held in Dallas Tex. On nov. 7-11. Jef Brunch to hear Tel Aviv police chief major general David Ofer chief of police of Tel Aviv will be speaking at a Brunch this sunday at the Jea to the executive committee of the Jef and others who have been involved in recent campaigns. Maj Gen Ofer immigrated to Israel from Romania. In 1940 he joined a jewish brigade in the British army and took part in Wii As a major. In the War of Independence Ofer served As battalion commander and in 1952 was transferred to the Israel police Force in command of Tel air. At the Eichmann trial Ofer was placed in charge of his Security. Reception to Honor u0hc new rabbi Uoch is holding an open House in Honor of rabbi David Korb their new spiritual Leader at the synagogue from 2-5 . On sunday nov. 9 rabbi Korb is the son of the late rabbi Chaim Korb the former head of the talmudic department of the hebrew theological College of Chicago. He was ordained from the same theological Seminary and received his . Degree from Roosevelt University of Chicago. For a number of years he occupied rabbinical pulpits in Council Bluff. Iowa Greenville so. And Warren Ohio where he was Active in Community affairs. He is married to the former Minnie Rapaport of Des Moines Iowa. He has three sons Larry Norman and Charles. Larry is married and resides in Silver Springs md., where he is engaged As an accountant for the general accounting office Norman attends i Pui and Charles is a senior at Bros Ripple High school. Bouquet of week memo to Marer Flower shop 1622 North Meridian Street Send this week s bouquet to Alan Levy our bouquet this week goes to Alan Levy for his outstanding service to the Community. On sunday afternoon. October 16th, a 69 year old woman was climbing up a dimly lit stairwell of a downtown parking garage when she was suddenly attacked and brutally assaulted by a rapist. According to William Shaw of the Indianapolis Star. Levy office manager person with a Good mind and steady temperament to take charge of the office of the Indiana jewish Post and opinion. Some Light bookkeeping hut the principal asset should be in administration. $150 per week. Apply to Gabriel Cohen 634-1307 marriage encounter information night an information night for jewish marriage encounter will be held at 7 30 . On wednesday nov. 19 at the Acca. For information Call Barbara and Howard Goldt 846-0375, Barbara and Avrum Herman. 255-2039, or Carol and Jerry Steinfeld 251-0463. The next jewish marriage encounter weekend will take place from saturday evening Jan. 3 to monday afternoon Jan. 5. Editor must have journalistic background. Prefer full time but will consider part time. Apply Gabriel Cohen 634-1307 jewish Post and opinion who is a civilian employee of the police department victim assistance program whose Job is to provide assistance to victims of serious and violent crimes and not to catch criminals was instrumental in the capture of the woman a suspected attacker and rapist. Levy was assigned to the attacked woman and she requested to be driven Back to her car in the parking garage following a Brief stay in the Hospital. According to the Indianapolis Star report Levy drove the woman Back to the garage and asked her to wait in the car while he checked the scene of the crime and saw a strange Man bearing a Strong resemblance to the woman a attacker lurking about the stairwell. He asked the Man for some identification and the Man became nervous and upset so Levy took out his gun and told the Man to lie Down on the floor while he radioed for police assistance. Also according to the Indianapolis Star report the next Day it was Learned that the Man continued on next Page

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